Most Old Sloop performances will return to Fellowship Hall for the 2022-2023 season. Most performances will include an intermission, and homemade desserts and coffee, tea, and other drinks will again be available. COVID-19 remains a concern, and capacity will be limited to 100 to allow space for attendees to distance. Masks are optional but recommended. Ticket purchasers who suspect they may have contracted COVID-19 should not attend, and Old Sloop Presents will refund purchases. Click here to see of all of our COVID-19 protocols.
Fri. Dec. 16: Christmas with Cassie & Maggie
Internationally acclaimed, award winning Nova Scotian musical sister duo Cassie and Maggie are no strangers to holiday magic. Part of a multi generational musical dynasty; Christmas was always a time to gather near and sing boisterously, as in days of old. The doors were always open to company and the New Year just around the corner.
Sat. Jan. 7: The Heather Pierson Trio
Heather Pierson is a pianist, singer/songwriter, songleader, and performer whose inspiring live performances and growing catalog of releases delve into Americana, blues, New Orleans jazz, vocal chants, instrumental piano, and folk.
Sat. Jan. 28: Lisa Bastoni & Sean Staples and Cloudbelly
This co-bill features two outstanding duos. Singer/songwriter Lisa Bastoni will be joined by songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist Sean Staples. Cloudbelly is the moniker of singer-songwriter Corey Laitman and their collaborator, Sam Perry.
Sat. Feb. 18: Marina and Berna — Crowes Pasture opens
Marina Evans and Bernardo Baglioni are an international folk/americana duo who divide their time between Marina’s native New England and Bernardo’s native Italy.
Sat. Apr. 1: The Kemp Harris Group
Kemp Harris defies categorization. He is a singer and songwriter, a master weaver of American musical styles. He’s an actor, activist, author, and storyteller, and an award-winning educator who has taught young public school students for more than 40 years.
Sat. Apr. 29: House of Hamill
Whether they’re ripping through a set of original jigs and reels, adding lush three-part harmonies into traditional folk ballads, or cracking up an audience with stories from the road, House of Hamill puts on a show that captivates audiences from the very first note.
Sat. May 13: James Keelaghan — Reese Fulmer opens
Throughout a career that now spans almost four decades, Juno and Canadian Folk Music Award winner James Keelaghan has created a repertoire of incalculable importance.